[Air-l] AOIR 8.0 Panel Proposal "The Internet Goes to College"
mhward at usyd.edu.au
Sun Jan 14 14:38:29 PST 2007
I would be interested in contributing to your panel. I'm planning to
attend AOIR8, and am looking for a 'hook' to write an abstract on.
I am doing a PhD at the University of Sydney (Australia) on the
process of doing a PhD. Some of my data is being provided by a group
of candidates who are blogging their progress in a closed blogging
community. I'm hoping to 'open a window' into the process of
development that takes place during the PhD process, and to be able
to theorise something about the pedagogy of doing/becoming a PhD.
Note that here the entire PhD is usually done by thesis - none of my
participants have had to do any coursework as part of the this
degree, so it's a little different from the US experience of
coursework + dissertation - although this is changing slowly.
I would like to be able to present some preliminary analysis of my
data within the framework of the place of reflexive writing in
research. It could come under the heading of 'The use of the internet
to deliver authentic learning experiences'.
Does this sound like the kind of thing that would be of interest to you?
On 08/01/2007, at 10:41 AM, Marj Kibby wrote:
> The Internet Goes to College
> This panel is inspired by the PEW report of the same name
> ( http://www.pewinternet.org/PPF/r/71/report_display.asp )
> and, it is proposed, will feature research that examines similar
> issues and practices in Colleges five years on.
> Topics might include:
> The Internet’s impact on college students’ daily lives.
> Students’ experiences with online distance education
> Online plagiarism and plagiarism detection
> Web-based communication between professors and students or students
> and students
> The use of the internet to deliver authentic learning experiences.
> The integration of web-based learning into the face-to-face classroom.
> Online administration / assessment / portfolios /
> Please email me privately with expressions of interest and ideas
> for papers.
> marj.kibby at newcastle.edu.au
> Dr Marjorie Kibby,
> Senior Lecturer in Communication & Culture
> Faculty of Education and Arts
> The University of Newcastle, Callaghan NSW 2308 Australia
> Marj.Kibby at newcastle.edu.au
> +61 2 49216604
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